The Project HMIS Boricua connection it is a requirement of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) which provides a technological basis for projects that provide services to homeless individuals and families maintain an electronic record of data people they serve. This system produces quality information about the characteristics of this population and their needs, that helps us to develop projects and activities to meet these needs, also it serves as a tool to evaluate the performance of organizations offering these services.
The Management Information System for Homeless (HMIS) is a computerized information collection program over time participant level, on the characteristics and service needs of the homeless. The purpose of this system is to obtain an unduplicated count of people served locally through housing programs and support services, an analysis of trends in use of people entering and leaving the system of assistance to homeless, and evaluate the effectiveness of the system of assistance to the homeless in meeting its program objectives to mobilize the homeless from the street to stable housing conditions and long-term self-sufficiency.
In the year 2009, the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) He delegated to the Coalitions Coalition® responsibility for operating and managing the Information Management System Homeless (HMIS). This information system was established under the name Boricua® connection, for the purpose of developing an integrated information network designed to maintain a database on the characteristics and needs of the population homeless within the Continuing Care System.
Contact Information HMIS:
- HMIS office Caguas: 787-703-6622